Tuesday, 19 October 2021

Night Curfew imposes in Afghanistan to restrict Taliban movement

Night Curfew imposes in Afganistan to restrict Taliban movement

A rising Taliban is striking back as the US's absence of regular air support to Afghan forces since May caused the government to lose ground to the Taliban's.

An official in Afghanistan forced a night curfew in 31 of the country's 34 provinces to limit the Taliban action and bring down violent activity.

The interior ministry said on Saturday in a statement.

"To curb violence and limit Taliban movements a night curfew has been imposed in 31 provinces across the country,"

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The curfew will be effective between 10 pm, and 4 am local time and will not be a force in Kabul, Panjshir, and Nangarhar, Ahmad Zia Zia, Deputy interior ministry spokesman reporters.

With the withdrawal of US troops, the Taliban has re-emerged as a reviving power in Afghanistan. The militant group now claims that they control half of 400 provinces in the country, yet approved.

US President Joe Biden has set a deadline of August 31 as the formal date to end the US military mission in Afghanistan. The US pushes through to withdraw from a conflict that started after al Qaeda attacked the United States on September 11, 2001.

A rising Taliban is striking back will lack regular air support from the US to Afghan forces since May has caused the government to lose land to Taliban forces. On July 22, the US forces assist Afghan forces to carry out airstrikes to revoke the Taliban offensive. The Taliban has warned both US forces and the Afghan government against launching any attack in the coming days.

The Afghan forces also carried out air attacks in Lashkar Gah and Jawzjanand on July 23. More than 30 Taliban fighters were killed in action, and many as 17 were hurt in an air attack.

The Indian embassy in Afghanistan released a safety advisory for citizens living there, asking them to avoid non-essential travel and exercise strict vigilance at all times. said The interior ministry

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